People around the world are traveling to far corners of the world, getting enriched by the experiences and getting knowledgeable. Unlike in the past when traveling to a foreign land meant visiting its tourist spots, eating cuisine prepared by the locals and shopping for ethnic handicrafts, traveling has transformed
Known as the ‘Paragliding capital of India’, the towns of Bir and Billing in Himchal Pradesh are extremely popular places for adventure sport.
Also known as “white ant hillock”, Haflong is the only hill station in Assam and is known for its beautiful landscapes, valleys, hills and mountains.
One of the largest and most popular monasteries of Ladakh, Hanle Monastery belongs to the Red Hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
Among the world’s largest private residences, Umaid Bhawan Palace is located at Jodhpur in Rajasthan. The palace has been divided into three wings – museum, residence of the erstwhile royals and the heritage hotel. The palace was designed by Henry Vaughan Lancaster, who planned it as a cross between ancient Hindu
Kerala is the first state to receive monsoon every year. Even though God’s Own Country remains carpeted in green, monsoon brings an unmatched vibrance to the state. Here are a few places in the beach state to enjoy the rains. We list five monsoon getaways ideal to enjoy the rains. Ashtamudi About 76 km northwest